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On my network i have 2 proxy servers setup. At the moment there are 2 setup because we are having some connectivity problems with each of the proxies. With both together all connectivity would be fine. So basically this chain would just be a temperary fix if its possible.

My question is this: Is it possible to chain proxies on IE6?

I have read that this syntax might work: proxy02.app.test.domain.com:80 proxy1.domain.com [80]


After entering this information in IE6 and doing a netstat is looks like both are being used

here is my netstat result:

Active Connections

  Proto  Local Address          Foreign Address        State
  TCP    nypc:10866       proxy02.app.test.domain.com:http
ESTABLISHED
  TCP    nypc:16280       proxy1.domain.com:http  CLOSE_WAIT
  TCP    nypc:21399       proxy1.domain.com:1081  ESTABLISHED
  TCP    nypc:25424       proxy1.domain.com:http  CLOSE_WAIT
  TCP    nypc:28786       proxy02.app.test.domain.com:http
ESTABLISHED
  TCP    nypc:29130       proxy1.domain.com:http  CLOSE_WAIT
  TCP    nypc:29131       proxy1.domain.com:http  CLOSE_WAIT
  TCP    nypc-29518       171.218:24.66:1494   ESTABLISHED
  TCP    nypc:30162       proxy02.app.test.domain.com:http
CLOSE_WAIT
  TCP    nypc:30294       proxy02.app.test.domain.com:http
CLOSE_WAIT
  TCP    nypc:30708       proxy02.app.test.domain.com:http
ESTABLISHED
  TCP    nypc:30709       dc01.domain.test.domain.com:epmap  TIME
_WAIT
  TCP    nypc:30710       dc01.domain.test.domain.com:1026  TIME_
WAIT
  TCP    nypc:30722       proxy02.app.test.domain.com:15871
 TIME_WAIT
  TCP    nypc:30723       proxy02.app.test.domain.com:15871
 TIME_WAIT
  TCP    nypc:57299       proxy02.app.test.domain.com:http
CLOSE_WAIT


Does this mean that both proxies are being used?
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do you mean chaning proxies, or do you mean to use fallbacks?
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yes
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Sorry about the last short answer. Didnt have much time on my hands.

I'm looking for a fallback solution. Im not even sure if that is possible. But worth asking though.
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AFAIK it's not possiblewith IE
You need a proxy which itself can detect if the next hop is alive and switch to another one if not.
Sorry, don't know of any, orat least how to configure it.
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